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November 1, 2008

Private Vehicle Rates

Employees who use private vehicles for business purposes will be


reimbursed, in cents per kilometre, as follows:


For APOC represented employees:...

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September 15, 2008

Job Evaluation

The Joint committee met during the last two previous weeks. There were a lot


of discussions between the Association and the Corporation and...

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April 29, 2008

Update on APOC Job Evaluation Plans

SUMMARY: In February 2007, Canada Post and APOC jointly embarked on a


journey to review, update or develop both APOC Job Evaluation Plans...

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April 3, 2008

Negotiations

To all Members.








Spring is here and in a year (March 2009) our collective agreement will


expire. We need to be proactive and prepare...

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February 21, 2008

Female uniform

For some time now, some of our Members have been asking for clarification


in regards to the female uniform.





There are problems with the...

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November 23, 2010

Update - RVU Members:

Following the Job Evaluation Review Process, the Association has advised the Corporation of our intent to send this position to the external review of a third party as was outlined in the Appeal Process. After many requests over the last number of months, the Association finally met the company on October 15th, 2010.





Unfortunately, as a result of our discussions, the Corporation has replied to us via an email on October 26th, 2010 stating that they are not in agreement with us in this regards and are of the belief/position that this issue should go to Arbitration.





We deem this to be an unnecessary step which will unfortunately, delay having this position evaluated as per the terms of the Job Evaluation Plan. Understand, the arbitration will be to solely determine if the Association will be allowed to proceed to the next step as outlined in the Appeal Process to a third party. This will not render a decision with regards to the Classification Level of the position.





These are very recent occurrences and in fact we are still attempting to convince the Corporation to avoid this costly and time consuming step in the process.





A grievance is currently being drafted in this regard and will be filed this week accordingly in the event that we remain unsuccessful in convincing the Corporation to honour the terms of the collective agreement.





Further information will be shared with all our members in the RVU shortly.




















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